You are a vlog maker. Your main subject is farming and it’s vice-versa. Vlog’s or videos based on farming enthusiast needs the best types of equipment. Every vlog maker with success in life use some best accessories found in the market. For a successful farming enthusiast vlogger, you need to catch up on it Find your best vlogging accessories through this article.
FARMING VLOG ENTHUSIAST: Things to know
Vlog or a video blog is the upgrade version of written blogs. In written blogs writer explain his thought through only pen and paper. It is different in video blogs. bloggers use the camera, tripod, laptop and much more technology to attain video blog.
Video blog offers you more attraction than writing content. It is the form of web source television. Video vlogs create web syndication and allow distribution of it People from all part of the world through world can watch it through multicast broadband.
Farming video vlog contains farm related educative term. Vloggers from youtube upload videos about farming and its related things. The main purpose is to share farming view and advice to increase production. Vloggers normally do this vlog with farming interest.
FARMING VLOG: Get Started
Vloggers with farming interest need high mentality to start vlogging. All the necessary steps to start vlogging from now,
2. Vlog goal mining
3. Vlogging equipment needed
4. Content building
5. Farm knowledge
6. Conclude exiting topic
7. Vlog editing
8. Video upload
9. Engage viewers
10. Take feedback
Important things to know, “Hard work is the key to success”
Farming Enthusiast Vlog: Important accessories
Vlog, before taking this step to be a vlogger with farming interest necessary accessories are required. Some research about vlog topic and equipment are needed. Camara, Microphone as audio capturer, Studion elements for lighting work, production activities and editing hardware, software are badly needed.
Top solutions to find the best camera, tripod, microphone, laptop, and monopod to start farming vlog enthusiast are given briefly.
Vlogging Essentials: Camera
A camera is the main component of your vlog. You need some best camera for better quality for your videos. Cameras with HD and 4k or 8k quality will work in this fact. Some special choice, Sony a7R II, Sony a6500, Canon 700, Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G85MK, Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II, Canon S120, GoPro Hero 5, Canon Vixia Mini, Canon PowerShot ELPH 110, Y I 4K Action Camera
Vlogging Essentials: Tripod
Tripod is three-legged stand. It is used as a platform to support the weight of a camera. It does the maintaining activity. This tripod will be strong any time. It must have the capability to handle the mass of the camera.
Here are the most recommended: Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoom Flexible Magnus PV-3310 Photo Tripod Magnus VT-4000 Manfrotto MTPIXI-B PIXI Mini Manfrotto Compact Action Tripod. It is very important that you invest in the best vlogging tripod as it can greatly affect your vlog.
Vlogging Essentials: Monopod
Here are the most recommended: Manfrotto Xpro 4 Section Aluminum Video Monopod, Black Manfrotto Lightweight Element Monopod Red Alu Manfrotto Xpro 5 Section Carbon Fiber Video Monopod
Vlogging Essentials: Laptop
Laptops are essential for editing and all work. Here are some laptops, Macbook pro-2018 Raze, Blade Pro Asus K501UW, Macbook air, Lenovo Yoga 710
All the necessary things are given. Now, it is time for you to start your farm vlogging. Grab the best ones according to your choice. Best of luck!!!
Farming is a rewarding activity. It requires real-time interaction between the farmer and the business.
The actual farming operations are based on the tools that the farmer employs. For some time, saws have been an integral part of farming.
Investing in a reasonable and quality saw is important if you wish to flourish in either the big and small farming business.
Below are some of the reasons as to why farmers need saws
- The saws are essential in clearing shrubby fields,
- Some are also used for cutting or felling trees.
- The teeth and shape of a saw dictate the purpose that it can serve.
Below is a collection tin of essential farm fit saws:
- Circular Saw
This is the most popular saw type. With the flexibility to give quick wood slices, it’s enough for any field type. The little amount of control that the farmers give reciprocates with an even clean cut. Lawn edging can be easily done with the help of the circular saw.
Apart from wood, it is also made for several materials like metal and plastics. Some models have been tailored to function both manually or electrically.
- Reciprocating Saw
Stripping things to small chunks cannot be accomplished without the reciprocating saw. It can be useful in nicely bringing down or demolishing small farming projects.
It is flexible enough to be bending or straightened into any angle. With the multiple blades, you can have the assurance of completing any farming project in time.
In modern farms, you might require this saw to perform some decorations. It’s strategically designed to give great finishes on straight surfaces.
The ability to enable the farmer to make curves can be important in segmenting land or separating one part of a project from another.
- Hand Saw
With an amazing cost package, this saws cut quickly to precision. It saves the time you could take moving from one branch piece to another. It does not require the farmer to have a high level of experience in using it. This is because the blades are easy and efficient to use. The saw is two-sided with grippe handle that suits in the wood to break evenly.
- Mitre Saw
This kind of saw is famous for its square cuts. The miter saw conforms to a given style to make multiple cuts beautifully.
It’s important to note that it can also perform joinery of several pieces. Its speed and precision depend on the farmer’s expertise. The miter saw produces envious angles that make tree branches suitable for any edging or lawn needs.
It’s designed into several versions for every saw-needy farmer. Indeed, starting a new farm requires the unwavering support of the compound saw that comes with a dust bag.
Clearing a field can be incredibly taxing if trees and shrubs dominate it. It’s therefore important that the farmer arms himself with a chainsaw.
He can use the manual or the electric types to get started. As you cut through the given pieces, it provides a fine finishing with little or no uneven strips.
- Bow Saw
When it comes to working on small fields, the farmer can use this prominent saw. It’s efficient for mini projects that need hands-on experience. They can be great in pruning as well as cutting logs and trimming trees.
A highly efficient and aggressive saw Is the number one priority that every farmer must think of It’s better to invest in valuable equipment and release your energy to harvest the best. The prudent use of a saw is a powerful way to finish essential tasks on time.
Sometimes it is really exciting to do a comparison that really looks odd. Farming and table tennis is a good example. Believe me, not, the two are quite different yet have a lot of similarities in the way things are done. This article gets into the deepest parts of farming and playing table tennis and unearths the similarities between the two.
To start with, playing table tennis requires that you have the specific tools for the game. In a similar manner, farming requires that you use specific tools to do the farming. For instance, the tools used in table tennis include a paddle that has a black and a red side. The ball in the game should be orange or white. A table is also required and there are specific measurements for each equipment used in the game. In farming, we have equipment like a tractor, a shovel, and a harvester. In each case, these tools perform specific purposes and their absence means the activity comes to a standoff.
Secondly, there are legal serves when each and every action is being carried out. Failure to following of these rules, the activity is not acceptable. For example, playing table tennis has a variety of rules that must be followed. When the game is starting, the ball must be resting in a palm that is open. Tossing of the ball must then follow such that the ball bounces on the server’s side and then the side of the opponent. In farming, the rules are as strict as in table tennis. You must acquire quality seeds from recognized sources. You must plant is a systematic way. Fertilizers, herbicides, and insecticides must be applied in a way that is accepted by authorities to guarantee the product is safe for consumption. If the rules are not followed in both cases, the outcome is rejected.
Another similarity between the two aspects is in the output part. In both occasions, there will be a loser and a winner. Considering a person who strictly follows the rules of table tennis, all the scores by that player will be accepted ant that becomes the winner if the score is higher than that of the opponent. In farming, a farmer who applies the correct amount of fertilizer, insecticides, herbicides, and other farming implements gets a harvest that is accepted. If someone does not follow the farming conventions, all the harvest is not safe for consumption and that is comparable to a loser in a table tennis game.
The eventual similarity of farming and playing table tennis is that a set of skills is required for each activity.
Table tennis requires that you master how to do forehand drive technique, backhand flick, forehand fast serve among others. Farming requires you to know how to have soil and market analytical skills, plant spacing skills, weed and pest control among other crucial skills. The above are just some of the similarities. There are still many others that require you to think hard and outside the box to identify them. However, if you are farming, follow those options, if you want to play table tennis, you have no choice but to go with the table tennis options. You cannot interchange the skills in the two activities.
This past weekend I rode out to Amarillo with some friends so they could attend a wedding. While they were taking care of wedding business, some other friends come up from Lubbock and we spend the day romping around the West Texas desert. First stop, Cadillac Ranch west of Amarillo.
All in all last weekend’s adventure to West Texas was well worth it. I had the company of some great friends @danibeard, @amandaInez, @craigRussell858, @RebeccaBailey28, and @JakeGankofskie. Because we are all AgNerds the discussion on the drive home encompassed West Texas’ cotton production (since we were in the heart of cotton country) until we came across a few questions we couldn’t answer. At this point, I turned to @JPLovesCotton and she so kindly wrote a blog about US Cotton answering my questions. Check out where Texas ranks in national cotton production, in Janice’s latest Cotton blog!
Picture this; Kansas City plagued by “AgNerds” from coast to coast, most meeting for the first time in “real life”, with one common trait causing this gathering……. A passion for the Agriculture industry!
Well, that happened last week. I was fortunate enough to have been accepted to attend the AgChat Foundation’s “Agvocacy” 2.0 training (ACFC12) last week in Kansas City. There were about 114 individuals from around the country representing all genres of the Agriculture industry. I was finally about to put faces to the names of many people I have been communicating with through social media.
In addition to finally meeting everyone at the ACFC12, I was very fortunate and honored to have received the Chris Raines (@iTweetMeat) memorial scholarship to attend the training conference.
So what the heck is an “Agvocate”? Well to put it plain and simple, it’s anyone who advocates for the Ag industry. Anyone who supports the Ag industry or works to tell the Agriculture story is an “Agvocate”.
ACFC12 gave “Agvocates” insight on telling agriculture’s story face-to-face and through social media. So why is social media important to “Agvocacy”? Well according to social media expert Roy Morejon this year’s Oriella Digital Journalism Study over 55% of study participants gathered new information via blogs.
ACFC12 was influential to training new and old “Agvocates” the in’s and out’s of social media, blogging, and storytelling with new and innovative ways of capturing an audience and connecting with any customer of agriculture. Well enough talk, I wanted to share a few action shots of ACFC12 with a little insight about each shot.
Had the opportunity to meet Marie Bowers of Oregon. She brought some mad bull riding skills with her! Giver her a follow @MariB41
Finally, put a face to @KMRivard (Kelly Rivard) who works for AdFarm in Kansas City
Many of the “Agvocates” participated in the ACFC12 Swap meet. Agvocates from all over brought Ag products that represented the industry. Great insight on genres of Ag that are unique to other areas of the US.
Had my second meeting with @EBurnsThompson (Elizabeth Burns-Thompson)
The second meetup with @JPLovesCotton (Janice Person) Janice is a very inspiring Ag and travel blogger.
Many may ask why food science is important? Food Science has a hand in every product that is consumed. I’d like to hit a few highlights that may unveil why we need food science within the industry.
The world has progressed through hunter-gatherer, agricultural, and industrial stages to being a provider of goods and services. Along the way, our reliance on a stable food supply has increased dramatically. This started with the domestication of plants and animals in order to feed our ever growing population which has now reach nearly 7 billion! The majority of the population are no longer connected to their food nor are they familiar with general agriculture production practices that make food so readily available. Funny how things always seem back to agriculture.
The commitment of food science and technology professionals is to advance the science of food, all the while ensuring a safe and abundant food supply and contributing to a healthier people everywhere. The research involved with the food industry encompasses many different disciplines including but not limited to the American farmer, biotechnologists, chemists, geneticists, microbiologists, nutritionists, sensory scientists all the way down to grocers.
It’s pretty amazing how far the food industry has come throughout the years. Not only can consumers drive up to a window for a quick meal, but have the choice of purchasing a huge array of shelf-stable foods that were not available 100+ years ago (many 15-20 years ago). Food scientists have made huge advances in preservation, so food is readily available, microbial control, to inhibit the growth of pathogens and micro organisms to ensure a safe food supply and genetics so yields are higher so it takes less land to feed more people. This is imperative with today’s ever growing population.
Food processing and science have evolved to make food the basis of a healthy civilization, help society overcome hunger and disease, and improve safety, nutrition, convenience, affordability and availability of foods.
I challenge you to take a look next time you are in the grocery store and think about where your favorite product comes from. Think about what was involved in making your favorite product and all of the testing and efforts that were conducted to ensure the safety, healthfulness, and wholesomeness of that product. Not only thank a farmer next time you see them but thank a food scientist as well.